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CNN
Jul 5, 2011 12:00am PDT
. >> williams said he pulled into the parking lot only to look up the phone number of a singer he was trying to locate at that hour. >> i turned back on the highway. i went to a starvin marvin store. i used the telephone and i came back. >> the call didn't go through. >> i got some recording this number is not in service. i said, this is a prank. >> this is the closest thing to an address he said he had for a singer he said was cheryl johnson. the fbi looked hard and could never find her. >> it says to me that cheryl johnson didn't exist and he made it up. >> williams says only after that call from a gas station did he turn around to cross back over the bridge again. police would stop him moments later. you said, i know this is about those boys, isn't it? >> correct. that's what i said. >> pretty damning statement, don't you think? >> no. i mean, the perception in atlanta was at the time kids were missing. and i think if i'm not mistaken, the perception was a lot of young males are missing. that's what i asked. this is about those kids or boys or something like that, isn't it? >> remember wh
CNN
Jul 4, 2011 9:00pm PDT
so why would all of a sudden a black guy be considered a scapegoat? >> williams disputes almost everything police witnesses said about that night. >> what happened that night on the bridge? >> okay. in the first place, and i'm not being facetious, nothing happened on splash. he never stopped and didn't turn around. so you never stopped on the bridge? >> no, i didn't. >> you didn't throw trash? >> no. >> you didn't throw anything? >> no, i did not. >> you didn't throw a body? >> definitely not a body, no. >> his story. >> i crossed the bridge. i turned off briefly after i crossed the bridge at what i call a liquor store. >> williams said he pulled into the parking lot only to look up the phone number of a singer he was trying to locate at that hour. >> i turned back on the highway. i went to a starvin marvin store. i used the telephone and i came back. >> the call didn't go through. >> i got some recording this number is not in service. i said, this is a prank. >> this is the closest thing to an address he said he had for a singer he said was cheryl johnson. the fbi looked hard a
CNN
Jul 4, 2011 5:00pm PDT
. had on glasses. >> the young man was wayne williams, about to turn 23. a self-anointed music talent scout who slept days and roamed the city at night. mccomas invited williams over to his car. >> he got in the car and i said, do you know why we're here? and he immediately said, yes, it's about the missing children. that kind of stunned me and i said, what do you know about that? he said, i don't think that the various news agencies are covering it adequately, do you? >> two weeks later, this headline would break the news of that night on the bridge. wayne williams would be sent to prison to serve two life sentences for murder. at first glance, he hardly looks like a serial killer. not much more than 5'1/2" feet tall, barely 50 pounds, now in his 50s and growing bald. >> the bottom line is nobody ever testified or even claimed that they saw me strike another person, choke another person, stab, beat or kill or hurt anybody. because i didn't. >> this is the first time wayne williams has talked on tv in at least a decade. why do you think you were convicted? >> fear. >> what do you mean
NBC
Jul 2, 2011 5:30pm PDT
william and kate are in quebec tonight. the latest stop on an 11-day tour of north america that will bring them to this country next week. n nbc's peter alexander is in montreal tonight. peter? >> reporter: kate, good evening to you. get this. before it's all said and done today, william and kate will have spent barely six hours here in montreal, canada's second largest city, before they head up the st. lawrence river, to their next stop, and you might say today the urkts k's future king and queen officially put down roots here in canada. even in a glamorous gray dress and heels, kate wasn't afraid to get her hands dirty as the newlyweds planted a ceremonial tree in ottawa, a symbol of their love. joining the royals more than a dozen couples celebrating 50 and 60 years together, all married on april 29th, the same day as william and kate. and in an exchange reminiscent of william's mother, princess diana, the young couple comforted a cancer patient, who would later say their kindness had given them a tremendous lift. william and kate attended another ceremony at the canadian war museum, vi
PBS
Jun 30, 2011 6:00pm PDT
the deal was done to secure his freedom. and canada welcomes william and kate on their first official trip abroad. it's 2:00 a.m. here in london. >> it is 9:00 a.m. here in singapore. broadcasting to viewers on pbs in america and around the world. this is newsday. >> the chinese communist party is celebrating its 90th anniversary. the world's largest political party with a membership of more than 18 million. and it's managed to stay in power elsewhere have been pushed aside. our correspondent, michael bristow, traveled to the city of yen-on in northern china. the communist base during the civil war more than 60 years ago and considered by many as a birthplace of china's communist revolution. >> the communists like to celebrate their victory. they do it twice a day. there's courage in sacrifice but most of it on one side. they see a partial version of history with a clear message. mao tse-tung's party saved the country. this propaganda is fed to the young, they love the party even before they're old enough to understand why. where here to remember the party's great achievement. those achiev
PBS
Jul 1, 2011 12:30am PDT
william and kate on their first official trip abroad. it is 11:00 a.m. here in singapore. >> we're broadcasting to viewers on pbs america and around the world. >> venezuelan president hugo job as within the last few hours held -- hugo chavez with in the last few hours held a press conference. he is recovering from surgery. the president acknowledged he had a tumor and had undergone surgery to remove a cancerous cells. he says he is determined to fight and is on the road to recovery. sara joins me now. after watching the footage over the last few days, this comes as a bit of a surprise. >> it does. it is quite a big admission because the government has tried to manage this illness. the president has let information out here and there, but no great disclosure. this speech by the president somewhat unexpected and very serious. it was very obvious from watching it that he has had some serious health problems. he lost a lot of weight. his voice is much weaker than we are used to hearing. very clear that he struggles. now he has made it public, hoping the public will back him. >> what
CNN
Jul 4, 2011 11:00pm PDT
williams, about to turn 23. a self-anointed music talent scout who slept days and roamed the city at night. he was invited over to his car. >> he got in the car and i said -- do you know why we're here? and he immediately said, yes, it's about the missing children. that stunned me and i said, what do you know about that? he said, i don't think the various news agencies are covering it adequately, do you? >> two weeks later, this headline would break the news of that night on the bridge. wayne williams would be sent to prison to serve two life sentences for murder. at first glance, he hardly looks like a serial killer. not much more than five and a half feet tall and barely, 150 pounds. now in his 50s and growing bald. >> the bottom line is, nobody ever testified of even claimed they saw me strike another person, choke another person, stab, beat or kill or hurt anybody because i didn't. >> this is the first time wayne williams has talked on tv in at least a decade. >> why do you think you were convicted? >> fear. >> what do you mean? >> atlanta, at the time, was in a panic. they wanted any
NBC
Jul 2, 2011 6:30pm EDT
today, william and kate will have spent barely six hours here in montreal before they head up the st. lawrence river to their next stop. you might say today that the u.k.'s future king an queen officially put down roots here in canada. even in a glamorous gray dress and heels, kate wasn't afraid to get her hands dirty as the newlyweds planted a tree in ottawa, a symbol of their love. joining the royals, more than a dozen couples celebrating 50 and 60 years together, all married on april 29th, the same day as william and kate. and in an exchange reminiscent of princess diana, the couple comforted a cancer patient. william and kate attended another ceremony, visiting with veterans and their families, but in many ways, this weekend's stop in quebec with its small separatists may prove the ultimate test of the couple's charm. two years ago, they greeted prince charles with violent protests. so far this trip, no problems. >> the monarchy was able to reconnect in canada because of william and kate. the interest in this beautiful young girl almost like the jackie o. of this generation and t
ABC
Jul 8, 2011 11:35pm PDT
>>> tonight on "nightline," royal road trip. they're here. and hollywood gives william and kate an a-list celebrity welcome. she was born a commoner, but in a town that knows how to measure star wattage she's now a red carpet queen. >>> plus, babies behind bars. crawling in the prison halls. napping in the cell blocks. they're right at home. but what are these babies doing in the big house? we'll tell you, when we go inside the jailhouse nursery. >>> and, a stolen life. a major abc news exclusive. in her first ever interview, jaycee dugard, kidnapped and held for 18 years, shares her story with abc's diane sawyer. she talks about giving birth in captivity -- >> i felt like i wasn't alone anymore. >> and how she made it through. >> you just do what you have to do to survive. >> announcer: from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," july 8th, 2011. >>> good evening, i'm cynthia mcfadden. we begin with today's british invasion. earlier tonight, heir to the british throne prince william and his bride,
NBC
Jun 30, 2011 5:00pm PDT
of her car. the police say the 32-year-old an gel can williams had her 1991 toyota corolla repo sesd by two women working for a repo company. as they drove away police say williams jumped into another car and started chasing the women and then at middlefield road, williams reportedly blocked the women from turning on to 101 by crashing into her own repossessed car. all the while screaming obscenities and demanding her car back. williams was later arrested and booked on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon. >>> talk about an impressive resume. defense secretary robert gates officially retired today. he was honored for 40 years of public service spanning eight presidential administrations. he was saluted with all the pomp and circumstance the pentagon could muster. president bush reshaped the wars in iraq and afghanistan. and today, president obama not only gave his thanks, he surprised gates by giving him the nation's highest civilian award, the medal of freedom. gates' served eight presidents in a career that took him through the ranks of the cia and into the pentagon in late 20
NBC
Jul 9, 2011 5:30pm PDT
about william and kate who were on the second day of their california visit. nbc's kate snow is following the royal couple, where else, at a polo match tonight. kate, good evening. >> reporter: but of course. good evening, lester. at the endçó of the day, prince william was the star player here, scoring four goals, leading his team to victory. this trip to california originally came about because of this polo match, when he was invited to play here in santa barbara about a year ago, but it is just one stop on a whil whirlwind tour. the early morning fog never quite lifted. the duke and duchess helicoptering in from los angeles, breezing down the red carpet without a word. guests paid up to $4,000 to attend the v.i.p. luncheon. >> my father, the prince of wales, and my brother harry were as green as that grass outside when i told them i would be here today. >> reporter: the match will raise millions for the prince's charity fun dane. captain of the u.s. polo team rue dan is playing against prince william's team royal salute. >> it's a great feeling. it's fun. you know, he is
NBC
Jul 12, 2011 5:30pm PDT
own brian williams is there and we'll hear from him in a bit. but nbc's lee cowan joins us, lee? >> reporter: hey, ann. this is the first of two tributes in two different states for betty ford and in keeping with her very take-charge attitude she was very specific about how she wanted to be remembered. to that end, both politics and her passion for people were front and center. >> reporter: for a first lady admired for being so public, betty ford's final trip up the steps of the church where she worshipped for more than 30 years was ever so private. ♪ preceded by her four children her casket made its way up the aisle in st. margaret's episcopal church. the same place where the nation bid her husband farewell, too. >> we remember before you this day our sister, betty. >> reporter: the largest gathering of first ladies since then. michelle obama and hillary clinton. rosalind carter and nancy reagan, who was escorted by president george w. bush. but it was rosalind carter, once a political rival then long-time family friend who, perhaps, summed her up best. >> someone who was wil
FOX
Jul 24, 2011 11:00pm PDT
. >>> and william randolph i. >>> the rupert murdoch enterprise includes publishing. but the public outcry was so great, both were shelved. ken wayne brought us this report. >> reporter: the public outrage was quick and furious after it was announced that two tv specials and a book of how o.j. simpson would have carried out his wife's murder. >> everybody took a real stand against this and i'm glad that the news corp. made a decision that protects victim's rights. >> reporter: at least a dozen fox stations had already refused to air the program following criticism that simpson and the network were making money out of a blood crime. >> it took the country, outraged people all over this country yelling and screaming and telling fox, telling reagan books this is disgusting. and they finally got the message. >>> in san francisco, where simpson played football for galliello high and college, people said they are glad the deal was shelved. >> i think that's fab louis. fabulous. and whoever thought it up should be put in a hospital themselves. >> i think simpson is a kind of person who will seek the li
WHUT
Jul 5, 2011 7:00am EDT
. staff -- a memorable day for them both. for william it was the day he learned a new skill as a search and rescue pilot -- called a water birding, landing a helicopter on water, a technique that canadians have perfected but is not standard practice 40 raf. kate watched as william made more than a dozen landings from different angles and simulating different conditions. according to those who know about these things, he displayed is significant level of piloting skills. then it was kate's turn, joining william for a dragon votes -- both -- boat race. everyone was friendly to each other until the starting, and then a curious dash to the finishing line. william's crew we got there first. possibly a fleeting thought to push him in. but the winners champaign was definitely william's. we have seen members of the whale family joining in things before. what is different is william and kate both seemed both unselfconscious lead to enjoy it. at no point, did they appear to want to rush. they appeared at ease with each other and the crowds. bbc news, prince edward island. >> this is "gmt" from bb
PBS
Jul 5, 2011 5:00am EDT
terps, h --canadian tour. for william it was the day he learned a new skill as a search and rescue pilot called water--, landing on water. that is a technique the canadians have perfected. kate watched as william made more than a dozen landings from different angles and assimilated positions. he displayed a significant level of piloting skills. then kate joined william for a dragon race. everybody was friends with each other until the starting signal was given. whereupon it was a furious dash to the finish line. williams got their first. the winner's champagne was william's. what is different is that william and kate both seemed to enjoy it. at no point did they appear to want to rush. they appeared at ease with each other and with the crowds who had come to see them. abc news, prince edward island. >> this is bbc world news. the headlines --british prime minister david cameron is in afghanistan discussing plans to begin the withdrawal of british troops. germany's contribution to the euro zone debt fund is being challenged in the country's highest court. david cameron has been speaking o
PBS
Jul 12, 2011 10:00pm PDT
, virginia. a sailor, william bosko, had just returned from sea. eager to see his new wife, he rushed home to this apartment complex. what he found inside horrified him. he ran next door to his neighbor, danial williams. >> william bosko came over, beating on my door, yelling frantically that his wife was dead. and i grabbed my phone, called 9-1-1, and went to see what... how i could help. >> you are clear. 8-8-14, clear. >> narrator: the police arrived minutes later. there was no forced entry. the apartment was clean and tidy, except for the bedroom, where michelle moore-bosko had been brutally raped and murdered. to the police, it looked like a single assailant. maureen evans was the lead detective. >> within an hour and a half of discovering the body, maureen evans asked the victim's friend, tamika taylor, "what's your hunch? what... what does your gut tell you about who might have committed this crime?" >> narrator: tamika taylor, a young woman who lived in the complex, had only known michelle for a month. she pointed to the next door neighbor. at the time of the murder, danial william
NBC
Jul 6, 2011 6:00pm EDT
and was barely over the legal limit. fortunately, no one was injured. to g>> real williams -- rory williams mailed an engagement ring to his girlfriend, the former miss texas with a video proposal. she declined but kept the ring. williams father said told her to keep it, but will now give it back because of legal issues. the most important lesson learned, do not ask a girl to marry you through the mail. >> thought this would work, why? >> is a fabulous question. one of the most ridiculous things i have seen. >> do not try that at home. he got what he deserved. and >> , is up next with a look of the seven-day forecast. >> an apartment and a couple of classic vehicles on fire, and officials say it was not an accident. police on the search for an arsonist in baltimore county. armed and has a hammer and on the loose. tonight live coverage as police book for the suspect to set down the b.w.i. parkway. taking a quick look at the 1 + one trash and recycling program. the council president also announces a bill that will more than triple fines for illegal dumping. these stories and more for you >> w
CBS
Jul 8, 2011 12:00pm EDT
story. wjz is live with the first warning weather coverage. tim williams has more on what we could see this afternoon. first, mike hellgren has the latest on the cleanup from last night's strong storms. good afternoon, mike. >> reporter: it's still underway. things are calm now. you can see the after math. this is a tree that toppled over on a fence. there are still downed wires and the red cross is assisting about two dozen families. >> reporter: a powerful storm left 30,000 without power. downed trees scraped the pavement. >> it was windy. it got pretty loud. the next thing you know, there was a bunch of commotion. we heard this racket and ruckus. >> reporter: the wicked weather damaged vehicles. >> we came back to get the truck and there was a tree on top of it. >> reporter: you could see a clearer picture of the after math. more trees down and vivid eyewitness accounts of the storm. >> it was nice and sunny, then it was windy and dark. >> reporter: there was a water rescue and no lives were lost. it was small hail and then it went up to the size of a quarter. the streets flooded up
CBS
Jul 29, 2011 12:00pm EDT
, will the temperatures linger into the weekend? tim williams joins us and we'll have the forecast. >> reporter: well, definitely, it's another hot day. not like it was last week this time. temperatures were already near the triple digits. take a look at the temperatures around the region. we're already in the mid-90s. 94 in baltimore and 99 in washington and 86 on the shore and 81 in oakland. heat advisories are in effect. with the dew point, the humidity levels and the warm air -- it feels like 102 across parts of central maryland. it feels like 100 for all of the folks heading down to the beaches heat advisory went into affect until 9:00 p.m.. the heat is making for unhealthy conditions and we have a code orange air quality alert until tonight for anyone sense tiff. there -- sensitive. we'll talk about how long this stays with us throughout the weekend and when you'll see relief in the forecast. >>> tim, thank you. please stay with us throughout the day on air and online. for updates on the forecast and heat related closures, go to wjz.com. >>> the two men accused of stealing historical documents
ABC
Jul 7, 2011 6:00pm EDT
? sweltering and severe could move in soon. >> is a family affair. other william sister is in town. >>> the latest scandal to rock e d.c. council. brown could be the latest to criminal investigation. >> sam ford is live in northwest with more. prosecutors have been case for somethis time. of the d.c. board of elections and ethics told us that more than a month ago, lawyers from the u.s. over here office came related away documents to the brown case. his image has taken several images lady. -- lately. >> he concealed evidence and he wrong. >> it is out of control. act is that we take action. hearing, lawyers for both brown and a campaign finance office asked of the case u.s. attorney. campaign finance has charged with peeling to report contributions, wondered $70,000 in spending and had $60,000nt that in debt. that brownetermined and refer theaw case for possible prosecution. >> chairman brown talked about getting this over with. >> get some closure to it and i to a fullrd investigation. confidence in the u.s. attorney's office. >> you may recall that brown trying to fire for naviga
NBC
Jul 4, 2011 9:00am EDT
honeymoon continues right now, in fact, with huge crowds turning out to see britain's prince william and princess catherine. they visited quebec city on sunday ahead of their u.s. trip later this week. we'll have a live report coming up. >>> then, if you're preparing to party a little bit -- >> why do you look at me when you say that? >> have a couple of drinks, eat on the 4th of july, you have a couple of good reasons to indulge. small everyday changes that can have a lasting impact on your weight loss. >>> last-minute party ideas if you are headed off to a 4th of july posting or hosting one, before we get to all that, let's check in with amy robach who is in fortunately lnatalie. >>> outrage is spilling over in montana. a break in an exxonmobil pipeline contaminated the yellowstone river and put oil executives at odds with the governor over the real extent of the damage. exxonmobil says it's limited to a ten-mile stretch of the river. the governor is saying it's too soon to tell. >>> right now the u.s. coast guard is searching for at least six people after a fishing boat carrying
ABC
Jul 9, 2011 7:00am EDT
. >>> and william and kate take america. the royals have landed in the united states and we are live in los angeles as hollywood's set get ready. what will kate wear tonight on the red carpet? >>> hello, everybody. i'm dan harris in new york. i want to say good morning to all of you and also to my co-anchor bianna golodryga who is in los angeles. >> well, we are here to celebrate the arrival of two of the most famous tourists in america. of course, i'm talking about prince william and his new wife catherine. they landed last evening but we know it's also a day where coast to coast we are remembering a courageous and trail blazing woman. >> that's right. former first lady betty ford died last night. she was 93 years old. she was one of the most popular first ladies in recent history and in many ways she revolutionized the job. the tributes are pouring in this morning. president obama praising mrs. ford for her "courage and compassion" and former president clinton saying mrs. ford was a "remarkable woman whose legacy will live on in people around the country who lives are longer and better because of
NBC
Jul 23, 2011 6:00am EDT
collins, wbal-tv 11 news. >> 21-year-old william stubb and william fleetwood have been released on bond. he invited the victim to hang out at his home, but when he got there two men dropped out of the closet, robbed him of a check, and drove him to a bank to catch it. several items were seized from his home for evidence. deputies are still trying to determine the identity of a third suspect. >> meantime, maryland state police are looking for a man accused of pushing his girlfriend ute of a moving s.u.v. on to i-95. the suspect's 1-year-old son was also in the vehicle at the time. kai reid has more. >> this is the man police are looking for. 36-year-old dan day williams. tuesday evening investigators say he took his girlfriend on a terrifying ride on interstate 95 near b.w.i. airport. the two, along with williams' 1-year-old son, were traveling on i-95 when williams and the victim got in an argument. >> the suspect struck her in the eye and threatened her with a knife he displayed. she pleaded with williams to pull over. somewhere along i-95 she took off her seat belt and opened the car
NBC
Jul 6, 2011 4:00am PDT
would sign it. >>> and on day six of the north america tour prince william and wife catharine were out in the canadian wilderness. william also gave a shot at hockey, although he wasn't able to score. they couldn't let him score? he's the prince. come on. >>> now here's an early look at how wall street will kick off the day. the dow opens at 12,569 after losing 12 points yesterday. the s&p was down a point but the nasdaq added nine. taking a look at overseas trading this morning, in tokyo the nikkei gained 110 points, but in hong kong the hang seng fell 230. >>> light, mostly flat trading put an end to wall street's recent winning streak tuesday except for the nasdaq, which barely eked out a sixth day of gains. the nasdaq was lifted by netflix which soared 8% and hit a new high after announces it was expanding its online video service to 43 countries. >>> just when wall street had put greece in its rearview mirror, moody's investors service slashed portugal's credit rating into junk territory on risks the country will need another bailout before it can return to capital markets. on the
KICU
Jul 8, 2011 7:00pm PDT
drive on an annual bases. >>> the royal newlyweds are here in california. william and kate arrived moments ago. we will go live to l.a. to see what they are up to tonight. >>> a historic mission gets underway. an experts explains why he thinks the end of a shuttle program may be a welcomed event. >>> our weather pattern may be changing. coming up, i will show you where the fog will be first thing tomorrow morning. the temperature change you can expect and when drizzle can return to the bay area . >>> dozens of people gathered to mark a new stay in the construction of the kaiser medical center. the hospital employees joined city leaders signing the last steel beam to be put in place west of interstate 880. the new hospital is expected to open in 2014. >>> two hours ago signatures were delivered to san francisco city hall to put the future of a major redevelopment project before voters in november. many people living in the neighborhood are angry with the city's plans to tear down 1800 rent-controlled apartments to make home for 57 new units. residents will be relocated with new apar
MSNBC
Jul 6, 2011 5:00am EDT
are counting do you remember the days until prince william and kate's north american tour brings the royal couple to california. in the meantime, the man who may some day be king of england once again showed off some canadian spirit. peter alexander takes us north of the border. ♪ >> reporter: it's been quite the honeymoon tour for the world's most famous newlyweds. who else could enjoy a carriage ride followed by lobster on the shores of prince edward island one day and be serenaded by drummers just beneath the arctic circle the next? william offered a simple thank you in their dialect. >> we're so excited to be here. >> reporter: here in canada, another royal welcome for the duke and duchess of cambridge. kate won fans just by dropping the puck while william went 0 for 3 with calvin. >> i'm speechless. >> reporter: yellow knife, the capital of the northwest territories is a remote region five times the size of the united kingdom. but with a population of 41,000. >> i feel like a kid, you know? it's a wonderful experience. >> i'm prince william. >> reporter: the prince and his new bride
KRON
Jul 29, 2011 11:00pm PDT
meal to this man, william holloway on 47th avenue. >> not a bad person. he doesn't have any enemies. >> brother john helped holloway for one year. he just started a new job recently and got out of homelessness. brother john was the nicest man he ever met. >> how many people get out of their bed at night to cook food for people and go around and take it to them while it's still hot? not very many. >> it's hard to imagine any good that will come out of this. but william holloway reunited with his daughter after not seeing her for twenty years. the daughter apparently recognized his name after seeing him on the news. holloway says brother john took care of him, even in death. in oakland, i'm don, kron4 news. >>> it was a pretty nice day out there today. we saw relief from the heat in our valley. temperatures in the 80s. 83 in concorde. 87 in livermore. 80 down in san jose and cooler close to the coastline. as we head into tomorrow, the fog will be an issue at the coastline. dense fog for our base shores and for the coastline tomorrow morning. fog hugging the coast through the aftern
NBC
Jul 22, 2011 11:00pm EDT
and dangerous. this is the man state police are looking for. dante williams. police say he took his girlfriend on a terrifying ride near b.w.i. airport. the two along with a one-year- old son were traveling when the victim and the suspect got into a argument. >> he hit her in the eye and threatened her with a knife. >> she says she pleaded with williams to pull over near the entrance to interstate 195. she took her seat belt off and open to the car door. williams grabbed her and shelter of the car. a witness says the car was going about 60 miles per hour at the time. >> the witness says she saw the victim about several times on the highway before she was able to crawl off the interstate. >> the victim would of been struck by other vehicles. williams dropped his son of at a relative's house after the incident. he is wanted for attempted murder and first and second- degree assault. >> he has relatives and friends throughout the baltimore region. we hope that getting his picture out will alert someone to the fact that he is a fugitive. >> the victim was released from shop, a few moments ago. will
MSNBC
Jul 3, 2011 8:00am EDT
short. a lot of stuff going on. good to see you, thank you. >>> prince william and kate middleton make head leans in canada. the on day four of a nine-day whirlwind tour through the great white north, doing from everything planting trees to visiting cancer patients. nbc's peter alexander covering all things royal from montreal. a good sunday morning to you. what's the latest on their journey? >> reporter: another full day on tap today for william and indicate. tough to be the future king and queen, isn't it? these guys have a sunday prayer service, that's how they start off. for public events we're learning about some quiet time they've been able to carve out during course of this trip. friday in a window where we didn't see them, they shed their own security and went to the prime minister's exclusive retreat where william took his new bride on a rowboat to a quiet log cabin. beneath the glow of fireworks, the duke and duchess of cambridge boarded a royal canadian naval ship, setting sail up the saint lawrence rival to quebec city. the stops in quebec may prove the ultimate test of the
NBC
Jul 1, 2011 9:00am EDT
that red light comes on! >> we just showed a picture of brian williams, not a mistake. because you stha brithat brian is 1 of the 3 funniest people on earth. >> he's actually now number two because he killed a guy. >> that begs the question. >> well, i don't want to say. >> al roker would be number one. al, i was shocked to learn that you were willard scott's love child. >> i am. >> tell us more about that. >> willard and carmen miranda got together. the rest is history. >> the rest is history. do you get a little more serious. you say even though i lost 140 pounds i still think of myself as fat. >> i really do. i buy these suits and they feel tight, it just drives me nuts. >> you ran marathons. you run also so you can eat pie. >> right. >> i like pie, i hate to run. but i run so i can eat. >> it makes sense. pie and everything else. >> finally what i consider to be the doozy, you are lenny kravitz' cousin? for real? >> i wasn't supposed to say but now i give up the monthly stipend. >>> back with more after this. it's the best job in the world. my students are amazing. but to be there f
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Jul 5, 2011 5:00pm EDT
. the defense attorney ted williams is here to help us make sense of the verdict. thank you for joinings. >> my pleasure, shawn. >> what do you think of the jury's decision? did the prosecution fail to make its case? i think, fro, there are shock wave -- first of all, there are shock waves going throughout the country. i think the prosecution overtried this case. listen, they could not show the actual cause of death. yet they wanted to stick the needle in the arm of this young lady and the jury was not buying it, shawn. >> many of us who watched the case on tv, we saw and heard things that the jury was not privy to. often the jury was out of the courtroom. doing, you know, that may have had an impact or do you think, as you said, the prosecution overtried the case? >> reporter: think actually, they overtried the case. i don't think that the collateral information out there would have made one bit of difference. they could not show premeditation, they could not show deliberation, they could not show how this child died. shape, i was out -- shawn, i was out in this courtroom last week o wednesday
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Jul 9, 2011 7:00pm EDT
and her lasting legacy . plus, the royals riding high in america and right now, prince william playing the game of kings . we will go live to the polo ground in santa barbara, california. and three of two . deep to left field. going back . looking up. see ya. 3,000, history with an exclamation point. >> america's past time electricifying by baseball's class act. derek jeter reaches a mile tone. >> just one day away from what could be a major battle in the white house. all over the nation's debt crisis. president obama inviting tom lawmakers to a negotiation meeting and increasing our debt limit . cast at more than 14 trillion dollars and we have hit the limit. but the treasure department is doing creative accounting to pay the bills. they can only do that so long and looks like only until august 2nd to keep it up. the president used his weekly address to urge republicans and democrats to reach a deal even if it means political sacrifices. >> we need balanced approach taking on spending in our domestic programs and spending programs and addressing medicare and strengthen those programs
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Jul 3, 2011 4:00am PDT
. conditions would make it too dangerous and don't want to take changes. how long will it last? scott williams joins us with the holiday forecast in a few minutes. >>> and then coming to america. talking prince william and prin sense catherine, this weekend traveling through canada but in a few days, partying it up in los angeles and the prince is going to show off his polo playing. a lot more on this vis knit a few minutes. >>> and party? do they party? >> i think though do. >> you do? >> a considerationational thing. it's what they do. >> i guess. >>> we'll beginni with the oil leak. caused by an exxon/mobil pipeline. what isn't known, the impact. the latest from billings, montana. >> reporter: for months the yellowstone river has been creeping up over its banks. now that spreading water streaked with oil. >> i'm reeling. i can deal with the river problems. i have to deal with the river problems, because i live down here. but this oil, we're not talking about one barrel. >> reporter: late friday night a 12-inch exxon/mobil pipeline ruptured under the yellowstone sending oil to the surface. m
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Jul 4, 2011 5:30pm PDT
-universal television >>> from nbc news world headquarters in new york, this is "nbc nightly news" with brian williams. >>> good evening. i'm kate snow in for brian williams tonight. on this independence day, there's a huge cleanup under way not far from yellowstone national park. landowners along the yellowstone river in montana about 140 miles downstream from the park are furious after a pipeline that runs under the river burst on friday. oil coats the riverbanks around the city of billings and the town of laurel, and that's where we find george lewis tonight. good evening, george. >> reporter: good evening, kate. behind me you see some of the workers involved in the cleanup. montanans love their great outdoors and they're not too happy tonight that part of it is fouled with oil. exxon says it has more than 200 people working on cleaning up the oil spill, but about 1,000 barrels of crude, 42,000 gallons worth, were released into the yellowstone river. enough oil to fill five tanker trucks. >> i want to personally apologize to all the people affected by this. >> reporter: workers are putting up 40,00
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